Veronica Alexander, Ft. Bragg Site
Gilberto Alvarado, UNC Military One Stop Office
Ulisa Bowles, Admissions
Dr. Thomas E. H. Conway, Chancellor's Office
Kamesia Ewing, Financial Aid
Angel Powell, Office of the General Counsel
Dr. Curtis Charles, Chancellor's Office
Carlton Spellman, Business and Finance
Greg Moyd, Student Affairs
Nick Ganesan, Information Technology
Grover Richardson, Institutional Advancement
Dr. Terri Moore Brown, Social Work
LTC Ed Pethan, Army ROTC
Ashley Dougherty, Commuter and Adult Learner Services
Robert Rehder, Veteran's Business Outreach Center
Sarah Baker, Registrar Office
Cynthia Jones, Business and Finance
The Campus Military Task Force will work to address current and future issues affecting the admission, continuing enrollment, progress toward a degree, and quality of the university experience for FSU students who are active duty members of the military, military veterans and military spouses. The Military Task Force will be comprised of FSU faculty and staff in the College of Arts and Sciences and in the professional schools and will include representatives from the offices of Admissions, the Registrar, Financial Aid and Veteran Services, Auxiliary Services, Career Services, and Student Affairs. The Military Task Force will report to and respond to guidance from the Office of the Chancellor.
U.S. Army Cadet Command (ROTC)
A chance meeting at a local fast food restaurant last Spring has produced scholarship awards for four Fayetteville State University Army ROTC cadets.On Aug. 21 Lt. Col. Ed Pethan, chair of the Army ROTC program at Fayetteville State, awarded $5,000 each to Cadet (sophomore) Brenda Rosek-Michel, Cadet (sophomore) Lateassia Roberts, Cadet (junior) Alwin Emanuel and Cadet (junior) Molly Schmaljohn. The scholarship money was awarded in the name of the late Col. Anthony J. Brill, whose Foundation has awarded more than $100,000 in scholarship money to deserving students in the Fayetteville, N.C. area.Pethan said the four awardees were chosen based on their performance, need, and demonstrated ability and desire to become Army officers. Fayetteville State University cadets are part of the Army ROTC battalion hosted at nearby Campbell University.According to James Cooper of Cooper, Davis and Cooper Associates in Fayetteville, the manager of the Brill estate, Col. Brill’s wish was to help deserving young adults realize their dreams by earning college educations. His estate “set aside a considerable amount of money so that young men and women for years to come could achieve their goal of attending college and becoming better citizens.” The four awards presented on Aug. 21 are the first Brill Scholarship awards received by any Fayetteville State Army ROTC cadets. Brill was not a Fayetteville State alumnus, according to Pethan, but he was a native of the area and retired in Fayetteville when his Army career ended.
FSU receives grant to establish a Comprehensive Interprofessional Behavioral Center that focuses on the biopsychosocial health of military personnel, veterans and their families. Read More
General Janet C. Wolfenbarger
Date: November 5, 2012
Location: Seabrook Auditorium
Tickets available October 15th (Students & Public)
Gen. Janet C. Wolfenbarger serves as Commander, Air Force Materiel Command, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio. The command's 83,000 people manage $60 billion annually in research, development, test and evaluation while providing the acquisition management services and logistics support required to develop, procure and sustain Air Force weapon systems. General Wolfenbarger was commissioned in 1980 as a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy, and began her career in acquisition as an engineer at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. She has held a variety of assignments at headquarters Electronic Security Command and Air Force Systems Command. Read More
The US Chamber will host a "Hiring Our Heroes" job fair, November 16, 2012, 9:00 AM -Noon at the Crown for veteran job seekers, active duty military members, Guard and Reserve members and eligible spouses.
This nationwide program assists veterans and their spouses to find jobs. The US Chamber started the program in partnership with the Department of Labor Veterans’ Employment and Training Service (DOL VETS).
Employers and jobs seekers must pre-register for free at HoH.GreatJob.net. For assistance with any registration issues or questions you may have, contact the US Chamber via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (202) 463-5807.